Colors, Childhood, and Changes

What’s your favorite color? A question that we have all been asked many times before, but often just as children. In this episode, Katie and Riley interview people about their favorite colors, and discover cute stories of childhood favorites as well as explore the change that occurs as we age, where the small details our of lives begin to seem less important.

Thanks to our participants:

Iman Alshafie

Laila Alshafie

Chrissy Drobish

Devon Leslie

Karin Owens

Paul Owens

Robert Owens

Ryan Petrigliano

Camille Simon-Al-Araji

Big Apple, Memories, and Bars

In this episode Stevens students Sarah Grace Johnson and Jessica Masur sit down with Ken Davis and Katherine Corrigan,  two people currently living in New York City. The topic of conversation sways from their favorite things about New York to the different experiences they have had living there. This surprising, exciting, and raw episode is sure to make you smile, as you learn about these real people and their experience as New Yorkers.


We sat down with Ken, Davis New York native and got the inside scoop on all the best of New York City. Born and raised in New York, he has seen neighborhoods change, and new faces arrive over the years. And while the inconsistent subway is his main method of transportation, he speaks on his love for cycling; so much so that he’s ridden a century in a day! Something to definitely be proud of. Ken is on his next adventure, stepping out into unknown places and photographing what catches his eye. Keep up with him on Instagram, we sure look forward to it!

Rudys Bar & Grill, 9th Ave & 44th St ; One of Ken’s favorite dive bars in the city


We also got a chance to sit down with Katherine Corrigan, who has been living in New York for 57 years. We talked with her on her experiences moving from apartment to apartment over the years, her favorite spots to eat, what it’s like dating in New York, and so much more! She is a force to be reckoned with, her spunky and upbeat attitude will make you want to move to New York City yourself, if you don’t live there already!

Life Lessons and Onions

Nothing connects people quite like food! We spent some time with Virginia to discuss some of her favorite dishes and got to dive deep into the process behind these meals. Getting to relish in the memories tied to cooking and eating a favorite food, we got got to explore the topics of diet, family, and overall health in new ways from Virginia’s perspective.

Chutzpah, Healing, and Hope

Chutzpah, Healing, and Hope is an intergenerational podcast where Jasmine Hoagland and Jane Castro interview Niki Berg, an artist based in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Berg discusses her journey as habitant of New York City across three different boroughs and life as a photographer. Join us in learning about how she strayed away from the common path women followed during the 50’s and the development of what she calls her chutzpah. Berg also speaks to how photography has worked as a healing process throughout difficult times in her life. Find out more by listening in on our chat.

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Art, Movies, and Bubble Tea

A,M,BT is a Podcast focusing on conversation in its purest form. Two people of any age, simply talking about their favorite things with simple, fun prompts over various flavors of delicious bubble tea. The subject matter of the podcast ranges from past to present, with general focus on visual art and music.

Photography, Technology, and Ageism

There is a commonly accepted stigma about older people and technology, and it is only through conversation that we can dismantle these misconceptions. Join us and our guest Linda Blyer as we discuss photography, technology, and agism. Along the way we will dissect stereotypes against older people and speak about these prejudices to create alternative, informed perspectives that reject agism.